Question about Saab 9000
Hi, your slave cylinder is not to hard to replace just be carefull with the tread at the fitting ,first disconect the line and then the screws that holds it ,be sure to install the little shaft back correctly, after you finish be sure to bleed the cilinder ,(carefull with the tread at the fitting)......
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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